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A few musings. With increasing velocity an object becomes time dilated with respect to a stationary observer. Why is this? Since force carriers and field propagation operate at the speed of light it seems to be because we are extending the time over which these force carriers operate. So that the operations of quantum mechanics are time dilated. For gravity to work it has to bring about the conditions that are identical to a change in velocity. With the same effect upon force carriers as a changing velocity produces and that points in a specific direction. This implies a change in the energy of the force carrier and or its field. The object will then move in this preferred direction.

A few musings. With increasing velocity an object becomes time dilated with respect to a stationary observer.

Quote from: jeffreyH on 03/04/2018 09:21:01A few musings. With increasing velocity an object becomes time dilated with respect to a stationary observer. Error, the observer at relative rest is still experienced the acceleration of g. It is constant at relative rest and that is why the Caesium standard is constant at relative rest. The entropy of the Caesium is in fine tune with it's gravitational position and the field density position. As soon as you move the Caesium you are changing the dynamics of the equilibrium it had, hence a change in frequency that was finely tuned to it's position. hence ΔS ∝ Δf ∝ Δtwhere Δ (delta) is change and S is entropy and f is frequency and t is time .and ∝ is proportional to .

Quote from: Thebox on 03/04/2018 11:52:36Quote from: jeffreyH on 03/04/2018 09:21:01A few musings. With increasing velocity an object becomes time dilated with respect to a stationary observer. Error, the observer at relative rest is still experienced the acceleration of g. It is constant at relative rest and that is why the Caesium standard is constant at relative rest. The entropy of the Caesium is in fine tune with it's gravitational position and the field density position. As soon as you move the Caesium you are changing the dynamics of the equilibrium it had, hence a change in frequency that was finely tuned to it's position. hence ΔS ∝ Δf ∝ Δtwhere Δ (delta) is change and S is entropy and f is frequency and t is time .and ∝ is proportional to . So now you want a conversation?

@Thebox The relationships between entropy, force and time are interesting. As are the relationships between entropy, inertia and gravitation.

When you get sick of reading it stop. You can always go back to it later.

But he emphasized that the principle of maximum entropy refers only to thought which is rational and objective, independent of the personality of the thinker.

You might find this quite interesting.https://www.researchgate.net/post/Does_matter_with_infinite_density_really_exist

This result can be interpreted mathematically if we use a mathematics in which 1+1=1. And from this we obtain 1+1+1+1...=1, in other words ∞→1. For clarity, it should be mentioned here that this kind of mathematics has the form of a Boolean algebra. We can hardly use it, but as shown by the experiments on photons, bosons can.

Well hf/S is the reciprocal of temperature so S/(hf) would be a better expression. That way you get the temperature of a system and you see why heat death is the fate of the universe.